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"cody campbell" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"I mean. I just can't because there is there is the whole thing about. I don't think that some people get how much value there is in sharing information The the more contact points in that whole thing. You know it's like. I missed the whole bitcoin thing because it was over my head. Well i think that a lot of people social media's over their head and and i don't think that it it it seems foreign to us because we pretty much grew up with social media. But i think to to some of the people that are at different cycles in their careers. It's probably so foreign to them. You haven't thought about that. It's been more like no. Let's keep our information. He's just really interesting. Because it's like over on twitter. Have met case fanta from diamondback from twitter. He's on their you. Know cody campbell. Matt gallagher and these are all you know. Prominent dudes in oil and gas becoming more active on social media. And so it's like on one hand. It's like okay. You start sieg oil and gas turning turning the tide and getting more involved in social media but then like you have old jim. The trying to put out content get more exposure for his oilfield service company. And you know he's i don't wanna say nobody but you know he's lower down on the through cheney's on a c. o. or c. suite. They can do these things and his companies telling them like. Hey can't post that stuff. And i wonder if that you know affects the recruiting process that they would ever you know work with a head hunter and move companies but just i would imagine that when i think. We're having this conversation windy lake. Probably especially in the biz. Dev the marketing side like your personal brand in reaching the types of content. that you've created. I think be kind of part of that resume. Yeah i think that speaks volumes as to what you can actually do in the kind of attention that you can generate. That's truly important. Especially in any kind of biz dev role that way more effective than sitting there and linked in and blasting out like generic messages to people. You're not qualifying. Like lincoln's also dumpster fire so much i i grew i grew both ios points Without knowing the exact situations tougher. Meaning we're trying to railroad. You mean top like it wouldn't as far as like so. If you're asking for for my impression on water it it would be beneficial. I would think if they had more of a presence. If you're young for someone in that space you know maybe if we were doing a position with with apple or something like that were there. They don't want anything. It's like tighter security than getting into the pentagon. Then maybe not but yeah. I think that that would just be a conversation. You have with the person you just tell them. Hey we.
"cody campbell" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Which unfortunately his truth is you are. Why because nice because we have the freedom of speech with china of you're right. What is being we still do. I agree with everything you just said on your son. I wanna hang out with him. He's easy easy greg. Anthony him on the podcast is he's but but again like that's actually scary. And so i say this the people all the time they all. I wanna do this. Freedom of speech is not freedom of consequence and if people think yeah you know. I did not believe i could go. And raise additional money to make money in the upstream business. And therefore i would do disservice to my investors and i wasn't gonna lie to. I then realized that. I could do something more productive using my voice to call things out than other people couldn't buy. Did i piss a whole bunch of people off. Yeah and are there are a whole bunch of people that do like me one hundred percent. Are there some people like hate you. Give me give me. If given the chance punch we can face how even here one hundred percent. But i've accepted that of. That's that's not quite. How do you accept. I guess i mean because it got took me to a certain point like to to get to that point. How do you accept us like shit like the zoo. I deal with it like was there like a life. Changing event at the simply. The simple answer. Is you end up with fuck you money. The more complicated mover. Yeah but the more complicated answer is. I've never cared okay. My parents told me this story. I was like six or seven. They bought me a bike. I wrote at the school and somebody said you know that's a girl's bike. And my my honest to god answer was. I also take ballet. What's your point which it didn't take but like as a seven year old. That was my natural response. And there's a genetics like my fourteen year old. Unlike my older son who says that. I'm actually not do whatever the says. He says he pushes back but my younger son like he plays hockey and he trash talks people and so this one guy skated by one day and he's like hey there little guy. What are you doing down there. And he goes. Does your mom knows you've been stealing. Donuts like natural natural response and some people just love. so how did i accept it. I've just i've i've never really cared what people think but i also deeply. I don't want people to dislike me so i've had to build this kind of like. Dr w character. That is the person on stage ranting and raving less so today than normally but i had to build the skin because otherwise it's like a total different care. That's also the social reality. Not everybody's like you it's impossible. It's better to be successful. Draw a line in the sand. You have to let people know who you are. That's how you attract people genuinely care and you know exactly who Is against you so to speak one person today. Walk down complete bullshit. That was me people. That was not the guy that did that. Nobody cares about anyways a loser but the majority of people loved it. And you're always going to have. That's a problem politics. People want this boy scout perfect model to to worship shine and oh he's the best he needs to be elected when reality world is humans when and the president of the united states. And i don't care who you are you're gonna have a forty two percent approval rating like even if he's your guy you're four soka. Yeah i mean and again. I don't profess to even know. I give my view and try to be as transparent as possible and some people might absolutely hate it and they can walk out and say that was bullshit boy. Did i waste thirty dollars on lunch. My favorite is on lincoln. I really would prefer if you stuck to oil and gas and my response now has become. I will make sure that i refund your subscription enfold. Can you remind me which credit card. I have of yours on fire away. Don't but that's like the best troll have baton but okay so so guy. Doesn't i hope he was at least entertained for ten minutes or whatever he stayed if he wasn't well i mean i can't. We cannot well. That's why we're in this world right now. If you're not talking if your speech speeches in a way that encompasses everybody and includes everybody and and and really cares. You get cancelled and it's ridiculous. So the liberals have become fahrenheit. Four fifty one. It's okay it's okay to be yourself and have an people Not not like you know like i. I kind of found my groove. And when with connections and working in sales on secker third year and since i just kind of like you know what i'm going to start being memoir stopping this cut out and made a lot better relationships that way. So how could companies obviously issue's important to capitol and it's not that important go on so to speak to speak to that it's important to the narrative but like no one has actually raised money. Most of the deals that are being done are public companies giving other other public companies shares. Which are not cash. Or it's a private equity firm who's already raised so much money that they gave it to their best team possible and i would use sky. Counting from felix is that he's crushed cody. Campbell and john sellers had W eagle double point. Whatever the they'll get it too but like all these private equity firms have billions of dollars that are undeployed. And you're gonna give it to the absolute best team that can deployed the largest amount of money and make a commodity so no one really ship knowles sound in never given us another narrative but so there's the moral good of es g which is. I believe we shouldn't be flaring. We should use freshwater. we shouldn't be having methane emissions. That's moral Should we be helping babies in africa with matador. No the no. They should be making as much money for their shareholders possible so that those shareholders can then use their money and if they die and they don't wanna give it to their kids because they're selfish arrogant pricks they should go give it to some of homeless shelter. Her to fix people like and we we. We've made making money a crime. Like what i find funny on twitter and in fairness i brought it on a little bit myself because i didn't know how to handle trolls in the past. But like the american dream and the dream of shale was to identify an opportunity. Buying opportunity sell the opportunity. Someone else and become rich s walian do it. Then people get really mad at you if you're not nice enough to the people who didn't do and so people would troll me and they'd be like this that and the other i this one time on twitter and they all know it took screenshot of it at some guys these coming after me and everybody hated the guy too. And i'm like. I'm gonna think deeply about what you said as i fall asleep in my gigantic bed of money and i put the gift of a guy doing snow angels in and everyone was like. You're not nice enough to people here. Such an asshole. I'm like you all hate this guy. But but i stab academy. I'm the bad guy. Click on the ask. Nobody wins the internet ellen degeneres. That's not the greatest example until is i mean lesbian. Who did the whole thing with jerry. Jones pushed envelopes like crazy. Super-popular enemy the batman thing is latest. You either die here. We're live long enough to become a villain through ellen. Generous one hundred percent. I deleted my twitter account Last week low. Because it was. I just i didn't learn anything from it and it's a whole bunch of generally anonymous. Be the people who use name. Yeah but they can use their names on lincoln and they do but on twitter. It's just a whole bunch of shape and want to tell you how good they could be if.
"cody campbell" Discussed on Become Your Own Best Friend Podcast
"Why do we have the best intentions and then not for through on them. Essentially why we procrastinating this has come up for me taking taking over the last weeks at last couple of weeks so i thought it would be a good time to share my journey and the lessons i learnt throughout that this situation in both me procrastinate for a number of weeks on something that i could have done very simply. Let me explain. I save clients face to face at a pilates cheery in south melbourne and they're running a spring challenge because it's just gone on spring a few days who garden and they said to me. Would i like to put some of my brushes in sri bags that they were giving to the clients for all this brain challenge and i thought excellent that's great so they asked me two weeks ago about getting the purchase organized and i hadn't i needed needed to create them from scratch <hes> to make sure it was contextualized full days clients and i remember going onto mm to vistaprint and a few other websites and having a little bit of a look at some brushes and then all of a sudden thought to hunt boskin all set this aside and hopefully it magically against done now of course i left it and left it and then go to message sage two weeks later thing. Have you got the brushes ready. We wanna pack them tomorrow and straightaway of just thought all nor what have i done had two weeks to get this done. A could've easily had it sorted wakes and of left at right up until the last minute. They wanted the next morning <hes> on the wednesday. I take all day on a wednesday and in the evening as well so i had no time i'm on wednesday so i had to wake up thursday morning before work and jump onto a software program i'm cody campbell and create at my own version and then cooled off this works and they said that they would put them on the spot etc so eventually. I sorted allen's <hes> but i'm really wanted to bring this up on the point. Caution have talk about it is because there was so many months issues around that the issue wasn't you know leaving something until the last minute it was the mindset around it and and <hes> hopefully as things can help you out because i'm sure with all done this before left something until the last minute but does all ways a raisin and this is what i say to my clients and whenever i'm trying to help people understand others more effectively we all have a raise raise them behind why we do certain things and i spoke about this previous episode about understanding other people in insane other the people's point of view and the reason why we do things is because we have an underlying belief. Oh mindsets about that end. You may may not understand why doing things that they are and you're probably doing them as well. Sofa sofa made that was three lessons that stand out with this particular situation number one was recognizing when you self sabotage him and this was a classic example. I just let myself procrastinate because i was trying to hold myself back or hold myself small because i knew that if i potentially if i got the versions out to everyone than i would have you know more clients except trump fear i guess was <hes> coming up and that sort of maybe self sabotage so when you you think about if you'll procrastinating on a certain thing and you're not getting it done just have to think about is a fiat and are you trying to hold yourself back on purpose. So is there a little bit of self sabotage at carrying the next lesson island was take time is never the issue. It's the story telling yourself about time for me. I made up a whole story that hundred a time to get these brushes down. It's going to take too long. It's a lot of effort to do <hes> so i'll just leave it until i get time now. Now of course what happened was when i had to do it. I got it done. I woke up a full work. I had out work all sorted on a program within. I would say probably forty five minutes and then by the time i made the coles <hes> to say about getting them printed olaf. It took me about about an hour and then simply going to the store to get it printed. Was maybe another twenty minutes. So all of a sudden something that i conceived in my mind was going to take me a really long time and a lot of effort actually took me an hour and twenty minutes wish i could have easily found wake cigar and i definitely do have an hour and twenty minutes on certainly not that busy where i do not have the time time again it was. I just found it so fascinating. Now looking back on that situation was i. I couldn't believe how much i kept telling myself at the time time. I don't have time to do this. It's going to take too long. It's going to be too much effort and then yeah when to wake up and just get it. Donna just didn't i didn't have a story about that. I just have to get this done and it's amazing. When we over sudden do have that pressure that we can actually get it done so that was another. One of my lessons is learning that time is not the issue. It's the story worry with helen u._s._o. About how much time we have along with that story is all the mental drama that we have the balance that we realize afterwards that there is actually no drama. It's just open created a now hedge so question. I like to oss myself which i i should have asked myself at the time but i didn't now looking back. That would have been great. Question is what this look like. If it were easy so when i got us to do those brochures and realize i didn't have anything for that those specific clients. I should've asked myself self the question okay. I need to get this done. What would it look like if it were easy and then i could have said to myself okay of the program. I've got some artwork. <hes> i know what i want to say. Excellent august block an hour out in my calendar and play around with it too much because we is something like a creative thing like that you can get so busy procrastinating on all the busy stuff that doesn't actually get you anywhere so changing phones and pictures and all that sort of thing where we feel like what being productive but not really it's just a very <hes> tricky way for our brain's <unk> catches out on not <hes> so back to that question. What would it look away easy. If i have got myself into that and then i could've gone and created that on the program credit into a p._d._f. Gone and got it printed that would have removed all the mental drama in my ahead and also lead time issue so if you guys if you're having any situations like this which i know some of you will be is just simply getting rid of the drama in your head and getting rid of the time issue because you not. It's yes that that's not the issue at all and just asking yourself. Will what would this be locked away easy. You know we always try and make things a lot harder than what we actually are and then of course if they had what do we do put them in the two hot <unk> set it aside for later but in the meantime we stress about got it that whole time just like i was the two full weeks. I was thinking about every day. I just go get braces on owner. It's too hot <unk> tomorrow and so it's it's like i've been living not stress for two weeks. When if i had the way i wouldn't have had that problem so when you're in situations like that it's just recognizing. What story are you talking about yourself. Particularly about time f fits <hes> when it comes to getting things done and also a new belief that i have started to adopt which is so far in working really well is is on the kind of person he gets things done at the first opportunity imagine saying that to yourself on the kana pass in get things done at the first opportunity and this could be anything. Does anyone procrastinate on during the dishes the laundry three. I don't know what other chores are there. Where you procrastinate on matinee feature said to yourself well. I am the contests and get things things done at the first opportunity and then you just do it and remove the mental drama and then all of a sudden what stopped is you stressing about it afterwards that you haven't go down a new still need to get it done so i lent this <hes> from my previous coach sandler brown and it was certainly very helpful and i know you can feel myself procrastinating on things i more tiny things like just generally household stuff <hes> it works really well and old son to snap out of it and <hes> just get it done straightaway but of course something like these brushes it just brought up so many other underlying issues underlying beliefs beliefs which is why i wanted to chachi guys about it so that you could learn something from it through because out brain likes to convince us of some pretty pretty interesting things my brain in this situation definitely want to stay six and wanted to stay in my comfort soaring so do it kind of kept me from. I guess branching out because if i if i have created them when i set out was is going to wake subaru when i told myself i was going to so at that first opportunity and if i have all the evidence and what if it didn't pay off off what if it was a foul what if my effort was wasted and the some times tends to happen with offices that will worried about putting in the effort because we're worried that it might be wasted and so therefore if we leave things until the last last minute then we can kind of an excuse and a bit of an out that way it doesn't work out. We can say oh well. I mean it would've gone better if i had done it a few weeks ago and if i have more time but i just run out of time so i kind of had to do what i could does this sound familiar at all when you're back in high school studying for exams or doing an assignment. Did anyone leave. You've studying for exams until the last minute cramming as we like to collate now again if you don't do while on the that exam you've you've got it out and you've got a really good excuse because you said he self all will. I would have done better if i didn't have to cram but i had to cram because iran at a time because of course so many other things to do again. We know that that's just downwind being really sneaky out brain <hes> china anna lawless into a false sense of reality when really the reality is you do have the time you just making a drama out of it and therefore you're perceiving that you don't have enough time so again out. Brian likes to keep us nice and safe and and also out identified as safe as well so that was something that came up for me when i was really thinking about what happened is i've got this identity wendy that i've got potential and i've been told that ever since i was in high school without i've got potential so it's almost like for myself in situations holding back effort because if i put in the full effort and i don't succeed then all of a sudden. I don't have potential well well in my mind. I don't so i hold myself back a little bit than my identity of having potential can be true <hes> so so if this resonates with you if you feel you're a person that's gonna potential but never put dinner full effort you sorta. Hold yourself back back just very sneakily. Not you know not consciously and again it's to protect your identity and and so this is more about being <hes> just self aware that this is happening in this is what our brain is doing. Because of course you can overcome it and i know you're by <hes> talking about these lessons from why went in a situation that it can help other people because until you have to put itself out there. It's sometimes these issues. Don't really come up until you'll put in that situation so does have i think about <hes> what you'll identity is and how you're trying to protect it. The loss lesson that i learned and so the first one was about recognizing self sabotage second one was the fact that time is not really the issue. It's the story we're telling us what was about time and the third one was self. Trust now. This is a really interesting one <hes> because this is what i was talking about at the start of the episode when i said following through without plans so we create these plans and then all of a sudden something comes up with tied we don't have time whatever else ities and we dark forward through without penn plans now each time that happens we lose a little bit of trust without selves so you could imagine if you've got a friend and you organized to catch up with them and they keep canceling on you at the loss minute and this is maybe happened five times. Would you trust that.
"cody campbell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Their families for over eighty years. Now, I him warming up in the hallway a little while ago. We get quite ready or did get the pipes ready. And now he's ready to sing you know, what I'm talking about. Jim cornelius. Listen standing on the red carpet that extends out from the penalty boxes at the penalty timekeepers bench along with some very special guests so hawks and Redwings here in just a moment. But for now enjoy the anthem hawks fans four, bro. Specialist David gross. Wrong war veteran Davy Burgo heart recipient, cheetahs states, second-class Jones. Oh. Break. It's always. The national anthem. Kim. Nielsen are star spangled banner. Here today starting lineups in goal for the Detroit Red Wings is Jonathan. Defense for the wings. Daddy, de Kaiser and Nick Jensen upfront from left to right. The ageless Thomas Vanik starts at left wing centering the Redwings opening line Frans Nielsen starting at the right wing as Anthony mantha for the Blackhawks starting adults Cody Campbell, forty six eight at one with one shutout rare against the Red Wings. That defense are Duncan Keith. And Brent Seabrook. Upfront left to right break. The Jewish starts left wing. Jonathan J centers the hawks opening Patrick Kane. We'll start at the right way referees today are Dan O'Halloran. Justin. Air alliance. Brandon. Galloway? Today's opening faceoff is sponsored by chevydriveschicago dot com to be the best. You have to be dressed. See why Chevy is once again, the number one bestselling brand in Chicago land now for eight years running down the center, ice, they go the wings. Fifty one point one percent. Nice best in the NHL on draws. But he'll sit will face off against Jonathan the drop of the puck. This one's underway. The hawks control off the draw. The hotline Brett Seabrook takes the puck passes to Patrick Kane. Redwing blue line and the lines on the far side is going to say this is not hit the fick way to Patrick Kane. It goes all the way down and icing will be called against the hawks. Ten seconds into the game. No score every goal and assist by Johnson tasers. Patrick kane. Sponsored by chevydriveschicago dot com. Log on right now. Enter to win the Chevy Blackhawks custom Camaro convertible. Take your best shot Hazel face off again with Nielsen circle to the right of Camborne tossed out of there. Anthony mantha will try as walk. It gets dropped the puck tastes got it. To Kane in the circle put it back to the far corner. Deceiver men's the puck behind the hawk net near corner to keep wind up left wing psych Agila threatening line left wing side. He spotted over the right circle for Kane. Kane to the boards it down to the corner for caves he came in Taegu with Justin saint-pierre, the referee. Lost the puck Redwings come back into the hawk zone left point through the puck down the boards. But right on the Brent Seabrook. Stick quick pass up the left wing. Here's could Julia into the wing zone to the left wing half. Did you stop it? Put it down in behind the Detroit. The right corner came then out to the right point in the drive by Connor Murphy. Blocked in front of the net. And then the puck deflects up out of play off as a stick. So no scored nineteen o eight left in period. Number one. Faceoff will stay the wing zones, whatever the Blackhawks returned to full strength after a penalty. It is sponsored by northwestern medicine, orthopedics, the relentless pursuit better medicine. Well, the Red Wings. Jeff. Head coach fourth year behind the bench struggling to find some of their identity last couple seasons. But can't hall of who just recently became the winningest GM in the history of the trade, bedrooms, passive Jack Adams. Has a lot of confidence in this young group of guys that are big and skill. Here's Mike Greene. With the puck through the high slot. Fires a shot partially blocked by Murphy wider net. Bill and got the puck along the right boards. Carries it down to the right wing corner centers off the stick of just an advocate or in front out to the left point necklace. Cromwell put it down to the left wing corner for Larkin strove with the hawks is right there to slap Larkin. Stick played and the puck tumbles down ice into the Red Wings zone. Removes it over to Krahn wing line right wing side that Aaron home over the hawk line. Gustav Nyquist and the slot play there by the hawks later Kuku to get a stick in there and knocks the puck free. Eric gusts and carries out lose it in over the red wing line. Brendan Pearleen Augusta Celeste circle rifles on go and Bernie makes the glove. Save and whole. Puck faceoff will originate in the circle diverting as right? We have no score in the game points on the last game. But three goals in the system. The last four games always up on the playoff pensively. You love to see that part of his game joins the play every time. He has an opportunity where Jeremy wants to him and Joel Quenneville wanted him to concentrate a little bit more on was how he played his own today. I think that's the progress. That's heading in the right direction, Marcus Kurt or wins to draw from loop one Denning. He's the Redwings best faceoff guy. Hawks control. Here's a shot from Brendon Berlin from the high slot kneeling stick save made by Bernie hell pitches at head Andreas the hawk line down the left wing, and he got shot away from the bottom rim of the left circle. Look like war gotta stick on that knocking away where you can really see the speed there of Athens. See you on the attack. Now purlee the other way leads on one break. Down with a butterfly say Bill hold the puck and a whistle stops play. Boy, you could see per Leany trying to beat Bernie under the blocker there. But Bernie made a nice say faceoff will be in the circle to his left. Nice play by guessing the chip this puck over the head. Stuff to Kaiser Kaiser is a pretty big kid, but the puck was up and over his head. Two on one trader there. Pearleen teammates. Dylan Larkin back in Detroit with Belle tires years ago. Looking to get the Blackhawks on the scoreboard. First good odd man opportunity there all the way down the ice looked at his options fired the shot. Next faceoffs in the circle to burn as left. And it's gonna be Michael Rasmussen who was drafted here at the United Center. Twenty team lost the puck Chris Kunitz in the slot zone. Got it over to John Hayden of the left circle. He then lost the puck. Mike green of the wings. Put the puck behind the Detroit over the chronicle and a pass up the left wing to Rasmussen ill-spent down the boards in behind the hawk net. Work put into the far corner to Seabrook who put a pass up the right wing. Anisimov Bostick at center ice in the state of on wall. Hayden carries on moves the puck into the right wing corner in the wrestling zone lost it as Christian Christopher an was able to pull it away. Then Hayden took it back in the high slot. He'll dish it down the left wing to the corner wing zone. Mike green there to get it for Detroit Too along the near boards. Put between the circles to Cromwell he'll pass to the hawk blue line. Picked up by Duncan Keith. The great good point center ice Detroit lines, the flex the puck into the right wing corner. Battling there with Nick Johnson day scrapes the puck away, but the wings. Jacob dealer rose. Behind his neck. It around up the near boards out Slater. Cooking. Fires. Just say made by Bernie loose puck along the near boards. Picked up by Justin Abdulqadir from muskegon. Michigan right across the lake moves it to the hawk blue line for Gustav Nyquist. We get a whistle stopping play and offsides will be called here against the Detroit Red Wings. Three thirty into the hockey game. No score Blackhawk fans text lottery to be hawks right now for chance to win tickets to a Blackhawks game courtesy and the opportunity to have dinner with the Blackhawks faceted, courtesy of the Illinois watery that's lottery. Two four two nine five seven be sure to watch the drawing in the second period of tonight's game. I think too many men on the penalty for the Red Wings. The Blackhawks power. Power play goals needs at the last three games. Power play goals in twelve of thirteen for five against Vancouver. The other night getting citgo fueling good power. Play was three and a half done in this game Red Wings special teams in the bottom. Third or fourth PK and power play. Hawks control off the draw. Cain Cutler, right circle. Leaves it there for the line deep slot Gusta syndicate top of the right circle. Put it in low near the right wing corner to Strom he'll spend the puck to the right point gain. Creeps into the right circle. Too strong beside the net now backing in behind the red net. Loser to Kane along the right boards to the line deep slot Gusta syndicate top of the right circle. Shoots. Just save made by her. Puck rushed out of there by Danny de Kaiser's crosschecks, Patrick Kane in the back and king goes down nearly headfirst into the glass, but he's okay, no penalty. Call Bill enthroned beside the net. Path slot. Pretaped bounces off his stick Dylan Larkin the other way coli GNA NHL shorthanded goals step to the hawk line with the puck and sends a tumbler and on war. He went down in the butterfly position to stop it on kennel the hawk power play. Case to center ice with the puck over the logo. Bring it there to Kane redwing ROY left wing the on the left side to Kane of the right circle. Put it in. He tried to jam it in the back side. And that was not why burn yet brick. It got the puck back to Gusta Seneca. Lying flat. The cane right point the Gustafsen high slot to debrincat top circle back to central one. Timer deflected wide by Strom. Forty four seconds on the power play. Cain has the puck in the high slot rolling through to the top of the left circle behind the back pass different gonna cost us. All right. So little hammers a shot over the net and off the glass and around and now dealer rose will carry the center ice on the right wing long shot in on ward turned wide with a sliding pad. Save twenty five seconds in the hawk power. Plus good opportunities. Nothing get past the goaltender has yet. But some real good movements of good cancers. What I've seen so far that chemistry just continues to get better. And better. Collects the puck at the hawk line on the hand off from Keith skates ahead. Dumps it off the left wing boards and down behind the red wing net to himself and then lost the puck into the far corner. On wall. Got hold of it. You'll pin it up the near boards to center ice just as Nyquist steps out of the penalty box writ links come to full strength. Luke win downing in front of the benches fighting the hawks dominant Cahoon book Cahoon takes the puck puts it back into the hawk zone. Duncan Keith standing in front of the net with it. Brent seabrook. He'll move up the right wing to center as front of the benches. Fires it down the boards in behind the red net. Three gave it away near corner almost to hate. But it rolled off his stick remarking spins. The puck ahead Jonathan Eric's into the hawk blue line sent the puck into the hawk zone. Keith moves it over to Seabrook ahead now at center ice to Hayden. Tried to hand it off the Kunitz coming by ends up on the wing zone. Deep in the near corner. Dennis chill-out ski there will spin it ahead up the left wing at center ice to Larkin from the hawks bench. He it down toward the corner. Carl dalstrom to get it Heather Connor Murphy right wing center ice. He'll flip. It ahead for good. Julie into the wing zone. Mike green broke that up. Got the puck of Frans Nielsen along dump in from the left wing of center ice in front of the benches ends up in the glove of Cam ward. And he'll hold the puck and whistle will stop play thirteen. Thirty four remains in period..